G. Selin Savaşkan – Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turquie
This work aims to provide a perspective on matrix games with interval payoff. To date, various methods have been developed and introduced to solve these games. We study two-person zero-sum (or non-zero-sum) games with interval payoff where all the entries are interval numbers. Several methods, such as the graphical and linear programming methods, have been adapted to such games. We investigate the characterization of these games, some solution concepts, and the relation between game value and algebraic properties of matrices.
(joint work with Aykut Or)